# Nurikolor (Level 2)

Previous level: Nurikolor (Level 1)
Next level: Nurikolor (Level 3)

Level 2 of Nurikolor is now here. As a recap, here are the rules, but changed "X" to colors.

• There are colored numbers on the grid, which indicate the number of tiles the group of its color holds.
• There are tiles with 1 color, which indicate the color of the tile.
• There are tiles with 2 or more colors, which indicate intersections of colors. All intersections are shown, and these are the only intersections.
• Grey tiles are not part of any group; they just serve as barriers.
• The goal is to have every non-grey tile covered by a type of color.
• 2 by 2 non-grey squares of the same color are illegal.
• In future levels, there will be multiple numbers of the same color. Their groups must never intersect or be adjacent to each other at any point.

Colorblind version:

--- --- -oy -ry -y9 --- ---
--- -r6 -ro --- --- xxx -l7
--- --- o10 --- --- --- ---
--- --- --- -p- --- -lg ---
--- -p6 --- --- -c- --- ---
-p- --- --- -c- -c7 -lg ---
--- --- xxx --- --- --- -g8

r = red, o = orange, y = yellow, l = lime, g = green, c = cyan, p = purple, xxx = gray

• Could you check the area around blue 7 and dark green 8? I'm not getting a unique solution, because there are 2 ways to fill that area. Commented Oct 11, 2020 at 8:51
• Oh. My god. Will fix :3 Commented Oct 11, 2020 at 8:54
• Looks like an interesting puzzle. But please note that we have colorblind solvers, and even though I'm not colorblind, I had initial difficulty distinguishing between the yellow and light green. This post gives a good example of how setters usually provide a more accessible experience. Commented Oct 11, 2020 at 12:49
• Colorblind version added :) Commented Oct 12, 2020 at 0:43
• This still does not have a unique solution. rot13: Bs gur frpbaq pryy va gur svefg ebj naq gur svefg pryyf va gur frpbaq naq guveq ebjf, rknpgyl bar vf erq ohg vg qbrfa'g znggre juvpu bar. Commented Jun 24, 2021 at 15:06